VP Kamala Harris promotes clean energy project in Arizona, doesn't visit border | LiveNOW from FOX

Vice President Kamala Harris arrived in Arizona on Jan. 19 where she highlighted federal efforts to create a "clean energy economy." Harris visited Tonopah, a town about 50 miles west of Phoenix, for the groundbreaking of the Ten West Link Transmission Line, an energy infrastructure project intended to connect power grids in Arizona and California. Although today’s visit was all about clean energy, critics want the White House to turn more of its attention to the southern border. “You come to a border state where you have border community needs, that we are addressing border issues every day, the tragedies of it the sadness of it," Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels said. "We can’t get our vice president to even acknowledge it while she is in our state or while she is in Washington DC.” More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video

Kamala Harris receives COVID-19 booster shot

Vice President Kamala Harris rolled up a sleeve on Saturday and took a third shot of the Moderna vaccine. She previously achieved full vaccination after receiving her first dose on Dec. 29 and her second on Jan. 26.

Harris meets with Guatemalan President on border surge

Vice President Kamala Harris met with Guatemalan President Giammattei during her three-day foreign trip. She emphasized the need to restore hope for residents of struggling Central American nations to help address the increase in migration from the region as she pleaded with them not to make the dangerous trek.

VP Harris delivers Naval Academy graduation speech | NewsNOW from FOX

Vice President Kamala Harris delivers the keynote address for the United States Naval Academy Class of 2021 graduation and commissioning ceremony held at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland. Harris is the first female commencement speaker in the school’s nearly 175-year history.